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    Cooler temps, drier weather on the way; more than 12K without power

    Following Sunday’s thunder and lightning in southeast Michigan, milder weather is expected to move into the region Monday and linger through the week, according to the National Weather Service.

    The agency’s meteorologists are predicting the week will kick off with cooler temperatures, lower humidity and dry conditions, which will continue through Sunday.

    Meanwhile, flooding on Metro Detroit freeways appears to have receded. Eastbound Interstate 94, southbound Interstate 75 and the southbound Southfield were inundated in various places Sunday, but the Michigan Department of Transportation reported they were cleared at night.

    Furthermore, more than 12,000 DTE Energy and Consumers Energy customers across Michigan were without electricity as of 9:30 a.m. Monday morning in the wake of Sunday’s storms.

    DTE Energy reported more than 7,600 of its customers had no service. Consumers Energy said it had nearly 4,400 customers without power. Both companies said more than 99 percent of their customers continue to have service.

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